A Tale of Five Women (1951)

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An Englishman has been working in the US so long he now speaks with an American accent. He is drafted into the British Army during WWII but is injured and loses his memory. Because he talks... See full summary »



  • A Tale of Five Women (1951)
  • Eva Bartok and Bonar Colleano in A Tale of Five Women (1951)
  • Eva Bartok in A Tale of Five Women (1951)
  • A Tale of Five Women (1951)
  • A Tale of Five Women (1951)
  • A Tale of Five Women (1951)

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4 January 2017 | malcolmgsw
| A rare outing for Cellano as the film's star
Bonar Cellano was a popular supporting actor in the UK till his early death in a car crash,which his friend Michael Balfour survived.His family were circus acrobats,which no doubt accounted for the scenes early one using his acrobatic skills.I disagree with the other reviewer,I believe his performance was perfectly acceptable.I do agree that this film is very clunky and not very satisfactory.His quest to 5 cities clearly coincides with the distribution deals made by the co producers.However the result is an uneven and patchy film.Again as mentioned by the other reviewer the scenery is interesting.Seeing the bombed cities where no reconstruction has taken place.


Release Date:

15 January 1952


English, Italian

Country of Origin

UK, Italy, West Germany, France, Austria

Filming Locations

Nettlefold Studios, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey, England, UK

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